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27 Dec 2019
U.S. stocks ticked higher in holiday-thinned trading as investors looked ahead to January and a promised trade breakthrough between the world’s biggest economies. Gold advanced and the dollar drifted lower with Treasuries.
19 Aug 2016
Treasuries rallied as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last meeting indicated officials saw little risk of a sharp increase in inflation, fueling bets interest rates will stay lower for longer. Both the dollar and U.S. stocks fluctuated.
15 Jul 2016
The S&P 500 Index edged higher Wednesday to climb in nine of the last 11 days, shaking off a 5.3 percent plunge following the U.K. vote to add almost $2 trillion to U.S. share prices ...

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Armed gunmen ambushed a vehicle of 21 passengers traveling from Sabon Birni Local Government Area in Sokoto State on Monday. Some of the passengers including children who were traveling from the town of Sabon Birni to the town of Isa near the Nigerian border with Niger were then burnt to death. Police spokesperson Sanusi Abubakar…
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China's Twitter-like social media platform Weibo fell during its debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange Wednesday as investors remain wary of tech during Beijing's crackdown on the sector.
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Baskets upon baskets of luscious-looking tomato seeds gathered from the farms. 70 youths who were part of the Oyo Hub of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Agrihub Nigeria, launched in August 2021, were excited as they harvested their crops. “We are almost finished with this cycle of harvest,” a delighted Waheed Oni, Agrihub…
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It’s the end of the year again, and it usually is a time to reflect and re-strategize but also to rewind. Infinix has a lineup of devices that amplify users’ entertainment experiences, so trust them to pull off the best fan party ever. As a loyal and dedicated fan of the brand, you are invited…
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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says it is worrying that a growing number of wealthy nations have banned or restricted public investment in fossil fuels, including natural gas.